Rovio and Kahoot! have teamed up to create Angry Birds-branded educational quizzes

Article Brand Partnerships default 09.03.2021

The Angry Birds are continuing their fight for environmental education in a new joint initiative with Kahoot! Currently in its pilot phase, the partnership brings six unique Angry Birds quizzes to the game-based learning platform, where players can prove their knowledge of climate change and environmental science.

Red and friends challenge Kahoot! users on subjects like deforestation, biodiversity and carbon footprint, as well as their effects on the earth’s ecosystems. Check out the Angry Birds page on Kahoot! here and put your knowledge to the test!

“We’re thrilled to join forces with Kahoot! to bring an Angry Birds flair to their educational games,” said Stephen Porter, Brand Director at Rovio Entertainment. “Environmental education and climate change awareness are extremely important and pressing topics for Rovio, and Kahoot!’s massive audience gives us a fantastic opportunity to contribute in these areas.”

We’re thrilled to join forces with Kahoot! to bring an Angry Birds flair to their educational games
Stephen Porter, Brand Director at Rovio Entertainment

“We at Kahoot! are passionate about making the world a better place by bringing learning to life with fun and play, so joining forces with Angry Birds to make learning about climate change more engaging is an awesome fit,” said Craig Narveson, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Kahoot!. “Climate change can be an overwhelming subject, especially for young learners. We’re excited to be working together with Angry Birds to introduce climate science in a fresh and interactive way, which learners of all ages can enjoy whether they’re in the classroom or at home.”

The Kahoot! partnership reinforces Rovio’s support for global education, building on a previous alliance with UNICEF Finland to support UNICEF’s global education work. Rovio was the first partner in the Staff for UNICEF program, an impactful donation model which raises money towards UNICEF’s education program across the world, and also supported adolescent women through UNICEF’s Salmaïtou Senegal Project.

The campaign is also the next step in Rovio’s commitment to green initiatives, which ranges from raising awareness for environmental issues with in-game events to offsetting the impact of players’ devices.